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  • Summary: One screen. Multiplayer strategic defense.Grab one side of an iPad and play as one of three unique teams, taking on your opponent with defensive towers and 12 different creatures that you can send to assault their gates.Miss the magic of playing board games with friends? Transform your touch screen into a realtime, interactive strategy game and challenge friends of any skill level. Stratosphere is easy to learn, but has many layers of strategy to master.• Two player multiplayer on a single iPad• Zero load screens• Three unique teams to master• 500+ combinations of modes• Singleplayer mode with 60+ missions to complete and three levels of difficulty• #Stratobets for social bets with friends• Unlockable levels, modes and character costumes• Retina graphics• Game Center leaderboardFeeling a bit lonely? Play singleplayer against a Stratobot to hone your skills, complete missions, and unlock awesome new modes and levels to show off to your friends.Feeling a bit competitive? Stratosphere also introduces a whole new way to raise the stakes of matches: #Stratobets. Write something hilarious or embarrassing for your friend, and challenge them to a match to see who has to tweet it out or post it on their Facebook wall. It's the perfect way to get them to acknowledge your skills.So jump into the battle raging on mile high platforms above a polluted, alien world, and fight for your place in the stratosphere. Expand
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  1. Feb 8, 2013
    70
    While Stratosphere lacks a little in the single-player department, multiplayer bouts reveal how tense and exciting this game can be.
  2. Feb 8, 2013
    70
    All in all, Stratosphere: Multiplayer Defense probably isn’t for serious gamers. I feel like it may have more of an appeal for casual gamers and children alike, but that doesn’t make it a bad game by any means. It’s still a great way to compete against friends, and I’m looking forward to what the developers have in store for future updates. It’s off to an awesome start.